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There is no truer dedication to The Exorcist than watching the most recent movie while really wide. Astronauts aboard the Worldwide Space Station (ISS) are intending a unique screening of Star Wars: The Last Jedi while orbiting our planet. This can be a a lot more enticing option compared to formerly screened Gravity.

We do not know precisely when or how, however a NASA representative confirmed to Mashable the ISS crew will indeed watch The Final Jedi.&nbsp

“They sometimes get movies as digital files and can play them back on the laptop or perhaps a standard projector that’s presently aboard,” NASA’s Dan Huot told Mashable.

The Exorcist is not probably the most accurate franchise with regards to space travel, but it is also set a lengthy, lengthy time ago inside a universe far, a long way away. We’ve got the technology and physics feel much more taken off our known world and scientific law, while a film like Gravity or The Martian feels too near to home &mdash&nbspespecially if you are a lengthy way from this.

The Exorcist: The Final Jedi releases 12 ,. 15.

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